I meet with the seller, he introduced his name as Ng or Vincent. He is selling his collection of banknotes. What attract me is he putting this sheets of old 10 ringgit banknote. I touch it and look like it is a fake notes printed using normal printer. He should put specimen on the notes if he want to display it but never mind, no one will check. Mr. Ng have a vast collection of same number banknote. He claim that many Singaporean are looking for this kind of notes. the price is higher for Singaporean banknote and they still can negotiate if they buy Malaysian banknote.
The price can go up to RM6,000 for sought after number a pair. For everyone information, Its not solid number, just a pair of banknotes with same number. He said that one ringgit are the easiest to find due to so many of one ringgit in circulation. It is very hard to find Five ringgit polymer with the same number as other notes in his collection. From what I saw, no 5 ringgit polymer on sell by him that day.
I don't understand why people want to buy this same number notes? It isn't a solid number that is hard to find. But to me, if someone sell them, that most probably because someone collect them. If you're collector, you can contact Mr. Ng at his number 016-2863082. Uncle NG has shifted his sale place at The Mall Flea Market.